By The DF Marketing Team | Posted in Random on Saturday, April 6th, 2013 at 12:04 PM
Two classic cars, one movie. Bullit is a car lover’s dream.
Most Famous Cars from TV and Film
There’s no doubt by now you’ve heard about the death of famed movie critic Roger Ebert. He was admired by many, not just as a critic, but for his work as a journalist – something the writing staff here at DealerFire can truly appreciate. So it only made sense to us to pay tribute to the man by thinking about some of the most famous cars from film and television.
After reaching out to the rest of the DealerFire staff, who were incredibly generous with the ‘Reply All’ button, this is a list of some of our favorites in no particular order. Because the list started to get a bit unwieldy, I broke them up into categories.
Few things sum up the American spirit like a classic muscle car. Big body, big horsepower and lots of fun to drive is what owning one of these machines is all about. Dodge is well represented in this category. The Duke boys drove a 1969 Dodge Charger with little regard for the rules of the road. The cult classic “Vanishing Point” featured a 1970 Dodge Challenger that was constantly on the run from various law enforcement agencies and other ne’er-do-wells. A Dodge Charger R/T 440 was the bad guy vehicle in the classic chase scene in “Bullit”. Read the rest of this entry »